Use Me and Abuse Me Day – March Wild Hare with Much Madness Edition

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Has this month been especially wild or what? With Saint Patrick’s Day, the spring equinox, a week-long break for many, March Madness Basketball, and Easter could we pack in another event?

Of course we can! It’s another Use Me and Abuse Me Day here at the Wild Ride. Welcome to all the new partiers!

Do you feel like the March Hare in Alice in Wonderland, as crazy as they come or the White Rabbit? “I’m Late! I’m Late for a very important date!” Hold on there. Put your watch back in your pocket. You’re right on time. Here’s your chance to sit back, relax and party down!

March-hare

Apparently, the Victorians believed running around with straw in your hair meant you were a lunatic, deranged or as Mad as Hatter. Wait that’s from the same story!

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Mad Hatter Susie Lindau

Yep. I’m as Mad as a Hatter. Just ask the bear!

Bring a link from a post on your blog and paste it in the comment section along with a short plug or hook. You’ll get the best results by bringing a specific link from one of your posts rather than your blog url. That really keeps this party rockin’ and keeps readers knockin’ on your door.

Then the fun begins! Chat up new friends! Go over to their place. Check out their digs. Then they should click back over to yours. Tell them, “Susie sent me!”

This is a reciprocal party. Those that click back, get the most new followers!

My followers are the best in the blogosphere. There will be a lot of new faces for you to check out! Be ready to mingle. The bar is open, the barista is brewing her first batch of cappuccinos and everything on the buffet is fresh. Help yourself and plan to come back. These parties always become ragers and rip through the weekend.

All I ask is to consider following my blog. I love all of my readers and through UMAMD, you can meet each other! How cool is that?

So have fun and remember if you leave a link, click on a few. You may come alone, but you’ll leave with new friends!

Spread the word. The more, the madder, I mean, the merrier! 

All illustrations are from Wikipedia and drawn by John Tenniel

Related articles:

Alice in Wonderland

John Tenniel

Last month’s  “Use Me and Abuse Me Day”

220 thoughts on “Use Me and Abuse Me Day – March Wild Hare with Much Madness Edition

  1. Susie, can’t fit much more excitement in this month? How about a birthday before Easter, a birthday after Easter, family in town for both of them plus Easter, the dishwasher goes out, so does my alternator. Oh and we sell our house so we are in mad (Hatter) kinda rush to find one to move to. It’s crazy! But its fun too. Here’s a way to have a Happy Monday…http://ourlifein3d.com/2013/03/25/happy-monday/
    PS love the hat!

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    • Thanks!
      Sounds like you are living a Wild Life! Whew! Doesn’t everything always happen/break down at once? It seems like the world reacts to our energy or something…
      Fun post to bring to the party!
      Have fun clicking on links! Tell the guests, “Susie sent me.”

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  2. I go away and you are partying. I come back and you are partying. What in the world must Roxie think of her “wild” hare parent.:-) Always fun to go down the rabbit hole with you.:-)

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  3. I ordered my usual protein supplement the other day and there was an ad for various healing teas. There is a ‘cough-off tea’ that has a lady saying “I had been coughing for 3 years and visited 5 doctors. One day I found the Cough-Off tea and it stopped my coughing the first day I tried. Amazing!” :)Hey, Im not mad if you don’t read through http://mattysblogspot.wordpress.com Thanks for the invite Susie. Wild!

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    • I visited your blog, you blogosaurus. Great poetry. Is there a punch line to the coughing ad, or did it really cure that lady? Did it choke her to death, which is how it delivered as promised?

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  4. What up Susie! I’m late to the party, but that’s when it starts getting interesting. Love the Mad Hatter pic … you look awesome and as always your parties rock. Got some funny peeps out here.:)

    Here’s my addition to the party. I posted it a while back … all about that one gray hair that I wear like a badge of honor and how Tim McGraw is responsible for it. Hope you get a laugh.:)

    http://thewishfactor.wordpress.com/2012/01/20/this-gray-hair-belongs-to-tim-mcgraw/

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    • Hey Guat! You are so brave!! Love this post.
      You are never too late to party at one of my Use Me and Abuse Me Days. They should be called Use Me and Abuse Me Week! Readers will pop in all weekend.
      Lots of new faces here, so have fun clicking.
      Happy Easter!

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      • Thanks! I’m glad you enjoyed it and yes you’re right it should be a Use Me and Abuse Me Weekend because there’s gonna be a lot drinking going on. But it’s all good and yeah I see a lot of new peeps here mingling. So I’m off to hang out.:)

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    • Thanks SF! I am simply Mad this month and I am glad you came to the party to whoop it up with me!
      Love your post and your drawings! There are a lot of new faces in the crowd so have fun introducing yourself!

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    • Love this and the photo is pretty hot too!
      This is a message I have been living by for a while. I am sure that other party goers will enjoy it too!
      Thanks for bringing it to the party. Click on a few links and tell them, “Susie sent me,” and they should click back to your place. Maybe you’ll “pick up” a few new subscribers!
      Have fun!

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  5. Late to the party as always. I even had this marked on my blogging calendar! Looks like a fab time, and hopefully I can get in on the action on time for the next go around!!

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    • It’s not too late!!!!!!!!!!! The cool thing about the party is whenever you click on a link and tell them “Susie sent me,” they should click back! It will roll through the weekend. There are people partying here right now!
      Bring a link and start clicking! There are a lot of new Wild Riders to meet! They will love you!

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  6. Yanno…the hat is Willie Wonka meets Dr. Seuss and Jimi Hendrix. Which has me asking…where can I get one? I wanna wear it everywhere. And holy crap, I forgot about this! But umm, I’ll be back with a link after I read up on some of your many and varied posse. I’ll leave you with this, for now. Only because you asked for it, with that hat….man!

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    • Hi Prudence!
      Thanks for coming by! I can’t comment since I don’t have an active Google account. I tried. If you could add “name/url” that will allow WordPress and other blog users to comment on your site. Don’t bother with “WordPress.” It doesn’t work…
      Thanks for bringing your links! You have been a busy girl. Congratulations!

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    • It’s never too late! Everyone here will respond to your comment on their post. If you tell them, “Susie sent me.” they should click back to your place! Partiers will be stopping by all weekend!
      The bar is open and the DJ just started a new set!
      Loved that post! You have a way with metaphors and description that is for sure!

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    • You are so sweet! Thank you so much! I’ve tweaked my site a lot through the years that’s for sure.
      Love your stories! They speak of such different times. My mom has told what it was like in the depression in Milwaukee. Talk about doing without!
      Have fun clicking on links and introducing yourself.:) Tell them, “Susie sent me,” and they should click back! Everyone brought their best stuff! I think I have read all of them.
      Have fun!

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  7. Hi Susie! Love the hat! Isn’t Ireland the best? Our family went there together several years ago and the kids still talk about it. I don’t think there’s anything more greener than the Emerald Isle. Wow, look at all the blog love girl. Lots of great posts. I have to admit it took me awhile to get to the comment section as I jumped over to other sites.

    Of course, I don’t have a book published yet, so I would like to promote my blog. This week Marcy Kennedy wrote a fantastic post about how to get the most out of an editor. How do we know when we need an editor? And what can we expect? Here’s the link: http://www.karenmcfarland.com/guest-post-by-marcy-kennedy

    Have a great weekend!:)

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    • This is such a great interview! I had no idea the prep a writer could do to save money.
      Thanks for bringing this to the party Karen! I am so glad that you came.:)
      Ireland is the best!

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    • Susie sent me! I really enjoyed reading Marcy’s post and visiting your blog. Please visit ours when you have a chance laketranslations.blogspot.com

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  8. Hi Susie,
    Thanks for the invite! Loved your blog, your pics and drawings. Shared some on our Pinterest Networking board http://pinterest.com/laketranslation/networking/ and would love you and anybody else interested to visit our blog. We are a team of four professional English into Spanish translators boasting a combined total of over 100 years’ experience. In our blog you may find personal information about us, tips on translation, why everybody needs it nowadays and much more (including pics of Tandil, our beautiful town)!
    Here is an example of the little reach a monolingual site has:
    http://laketranslations.blogspot.com.ar/2013/02/amazing-and-enlightening.html
    Feel free to drop by and leave your comments. Thanks in advance.

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  10. Hey I wanted to say thank you again for allow me to post my link with you all. I have had some luck but had some issues with my woman being sick so I was able to talk to as many people as I wanted to. I did get some comments though. Thanks again. I am going to write an article next Friday that is close to my heart and if your not too busy can you come by and check it out. Thanks again and please if I can do anything for you let me know Robert Lee Niswander Aka Plot121

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